Great question. I suggest hiring an experienced residential real property attorney to assist you in completing a Survivorship Agreement that will transfer your real property upon your death, automatically, without the need for any probate proceeding. This agreement creates a joint tenancy with right of survivorship, and upon the death of one of the joint tenants, the property passes to the surviving joint tenant(s). NOTE: I strongly suggest having a Last Will & Testament even with this Survivorship Agreement, just in case. I wish you the best of luck and hope it will be a long time before the property passes to your daughter.
Mr. Dietlein is absolutely right. You should prepare a Will as a backup plan. Talk to an attorney to prepare the proper documents. You can also make similar arrangements regarding a vehicle if the goal is to avoid probate. There should be a survivorship section on the back of the title.
Don't forget about power of attorney documents either - these documents protect you in the event of an injury or illness.
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Texas allows for "independent administration" of estates. Technically probate but not really such a big deal. There's lots of options. Talk to an attorney. Probably will cost much less than you think.